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Tuesday, September 20 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Reproducible & Collaborative Coding with Git

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This workshop will offer attendees an overview of the fundamentals of git (and one of its associated web user interfaces: GitHub) followed by a demonstration of a git-centric workflow in RStudio. Attendees will be provided with optional instructions on pre-workshop set-up for preparing their own laptops but the workshop is structured to maximize value without attendees taking those steps. Emphasis will be on broadly accessible, jargon-free communication and only a web browser and RStudio will be used (i.e., no “command line” / “shell” / “terminal” experience is necessary). After this workshop attendees will be able to (1) outline the fundamentals of the git workflow, (2) create a repository on GitHub, (3) clone that repository to their local machine using RStudio.

We have created a website to showcase our workshop materials that you can visit in advance of the workshop or walk through with us on the day. Hope it helps!

Here is the larger website of GitHub/Git tips & tricks if y'all are interested!

Speakers
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Nick Lyon

Data Analyst, LTER Network Office
Check out my bio on my website for more information: https://njlyon0.github.io/
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Angel Chen

Data Analyst, LTER Network Office
Hi! I’m a recent graduate from the University of California, Santa Barbara, with a Bachelor’s degree in Statistics & Data Science! My interests are open science and reproducible workflows! Currently, I work as a data analyst for the National Center for Ecological Analysis and... Read More →


Tuesday September 20, 2022 3:30pm - 5:00pm PDT
07. Nautilus Meeting Room